"...occasionally good things do come out of tragedy."
It is hard to imagine anything good coming of murder, but EVANLY
BODIES may prove just how it can.
Agatha Christie has nothing on Rhys Bowen when it comes to crafting
a cozy murder mystery. The biggest difference is the countryside.
Constable Evan Evans of Llanfair, Wales, could almost be called a
Celtic Hercule Poirot. In fact, his new boss, Inspector Bragg (a
very aptly named chap), enjoys heckling Evans by not so fondly
nicknaming him after the French detective. But Evans is a worthy
match for the legendary Poirot.